Bangladesh, India welcome court's ruling on sea border

Bangladesh, India welcome court's ruling on sea border  Bangladesh and India on Tuesday (July 8th) welcomed an international court ruling that established their new sea border, AFP reported. Bangladesh Foreign Minister Mahmood Ali hailed the ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague as a "victory and a win-win situation for both sides". The court drew a new maritime border that awarded Bangladesh 19,467 square km of sea area out of a total disputed area of 25,602 square km, Ali told reporters. "It finally resolves peacefully and in accordance with international law a problem that had hampered the economic development of both states for more than three decades," he said. Ali added the ruling would enable Bangladesh to push ahead with exploring for gas and other resourc...
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